Posts Tagged ‘Emotional Brain’

Mind in Your Cells

Posted on: June 6th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Emotional Brain According to neuroscience, emotions are processed and communicated not just in the brain as once believed, but on the outside of cells in the form of neuropeptides. Neuropeptides, discovered by researcher Candace Pert in the 1980’s, are the messenger molecules of your emotions. The discovery of neuropeptides as receptor cites on the outside […]

2 steps to move your emotional energy and feel better

Posted on: March 7th, 2010 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Emotional Movement Technique The Emotional Movement Technique is effective for relieving stress and increasing EQ. One of the benefits of this exercise is that it takes 2 minutes or less to complete. Think of an issue that you find stressful. Follow these steps and work with the biology and psychology of stress relief. Diaphragmatic Breathing […]

Neuroscience of Emotion

Posted on: January 21st, 2010 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Neural Hijacking   In the past it was believed that information from your senses was analyzed by the thinking brain (cortex) first. Now with new scientific findings we know your perceptions, go directly to the emotional brain (amygdala) without passing through the thinking, decision-making brain first. Daniel Goleman in his research and book on emotional […]